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Twelve Angry Men (1955), by Richard Rose, takes place entirely within a jury room in New York City. Eleven jurors believe that the defendant in a capital murder case is guilty, but the twelfth juror is not convinced. Eventually he brings the others round to his way of thinking. The play is particularly interesting for what it reveals about the fallibility of eyewitness testimony, an issue that is also relevant in The Exonerated.

Marc Wolf is an American dramatist who writes documentary plays. His Another American: Asking and Telling is about gays and the military. The title refers to the “don't ask, don't tell” policy in the U.S. military regarding homosexuality. Wolf interviewed dozens of military personnel, and the play tells of their experiences. He also includes some opinions of anti-gay people. The play can be found in Political Stages...

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